Develop Agility, Resilience and More With Team Coaching
A Challenge is Before You, An Opportunity Awaits, Does Your Team Have What It Takes?
If you’re cruising this page, you’re probably contemplating this very question. It’s not my job to tell you yes or no. I do know that you’ll have a better chance at YES through coaching. In team coaching we examine and disrupt how things are in a way that’s designed to foster the collective energy of the team and cause change.
What Is Team Coaching?
Coaching the team as one entity.
Unlike group coaching, team coaching coaches the team as one entity all working toward the same objectives and/or outcomes.
Focused on growing long term team capacity.
One of my favourite examples of capacity building is supporting a team to do more with less. An entirely worthy endeavour given the rapidly changing world we live in.
Collectively raising awareness and building better connections.
Becoming more aware of self and the impact on others supports team members to see the team dynamics. Once seen, they are better able to shift dynamics to meet the challenges they face.
Reducing conflict with the team and between teams.
Reducing harmful conflict, engaging instead in creative conflict and improving communication within the team and beyond is pertinent to performance, effectiveness and efficiency.
An Interview With Tracey
I’m not usually on this side of a conversation but it was a delight to be interviewed by Ramona Reynolds of Ascend Legal Recruiting. Listen as I share a little bit of my journey into coaching and my reflections on Team Coaching and a whole lot more!
There was a time where I was very rooted in my business head and not much in tune with things that couldn’t be explained via facts, figures and proof. I had the nickname, “the briefcase” then. And then, over the course of many years, things happened to me and for me that I just couldn’t explain. I bring this conversation here, to the team coaching page because it caused me to move from stress, overwhelm and illness to trust, surrender and vitality. I am comforted now that I’ve come to realize that we truly are one and that everything happens for a reason.
When we are part of a team, there is a huge opportunity to lean into this perhaps uncomfortable idea, to dabble in the deeper, spiritual realm of connection.